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History-sheeter hacked to death in Secunderabad

History-sheeter hacked to death in Secunderabad

Hyderabad: Enmity often leads to the killing of one person or more over petty issues and some issues big involving immovable properties or money.

One such incident is reported from Hyderabad where a 26-year-old History-sheeter was found murdered near a wine shop at Rethifile in Secunderabad on Sunday morning, Hindu reported.

According to the initial reports, Syed Fareed along with two women were hacked to death by four unidentified persons over an old enmity.

“Old feud led them to kill him on Sunday at around 9 a.m.,” said B. Ramakrishna, Inspector-in-charge of Gopalapuram Police Station.

The victim Fareed resident of Manikeshwarnagar was reportedly involved in as many as 17 cases and was murdered after he got into a heated argument with the four assailants.

According to the Police he had only recently discharged from Institute of Mental Health (IMH), Erragadda, a month ago. “We sent him to the IMH for rehabilitation for his alcohol addiction. He was recently discharged,” the inspector said.

His body was later sent to Gandhi Hospital for an autopsy.

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from The Siasat Daily

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